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Tamalda or Making Tamales by Carment Lomas Garza, 1990.
Tamalda. Carment Lomas Garza, 1990.
Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress.

Science Subject Guide

American Cocktail Books, 1869-1939 Selected Titles from Library of Congress Collections (Science Reference Guide)

American Barbecue: History and Geography (Science Reference Guide)

Beer and Brewing: A Guide to Selected Resources (Science Reference Guide)

Community Cookbooks: Selected titles from across the United States (Viewshare Interactive Resource)

Community Cookbooks: Selected Titles from the Library of Congress General Collections (Science Reference Guide)

Dining on the Railroad (Science Reference Guide)

Eating Outdoors (Science Reference Guide)

Entomophagy: Human Consumption of Insects for Food (Science Reference Guide)

Black and white photo: Pies by Theodor Horydczak, 1950.
Pies. Theodor Horydczak, 1950. Prints & Photographs Division, Library of Congress.

Food Preservation: Selected Titles (Science Reference Guide)

Food Thrift: Scraps from the Past with Constance Carter - Journeys & Crossroads (Webcast)

Gastronomy: Rare Books (Science Reference Guide)

The History of Household Technology with Constance Carter - Journeys & Crossroads (Webcast)

Leftovers: Being Festive and Frugal (Science Reference Guide)

Maple Sugaring: Selected Seasonal Resources (Science Reference Guide)

Presidential Food: Selected Resource Guide (Science Reference Guide)

The Science of Taste and Flavor (Science Reference Guide)

Solar Ovens and Solar Cooking (Science Reference Guide)

Soul Food with a Focus on Health: Selected Resources (Science Reference Guide)

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